Tinder hasn’t generally been a very trans-friendly place. Last year, reports of trans people getting banned from Tinder surfaced. It appeared that they were getting kicked off the platform because other users, presumably cisgender ones, were reporting them upon realizing they were transgender.
Tinder did a lot of work on its community moderation tools, and now has tools in place designed to detect harassment early on and address it much more quickly.
But recently Tinder released one of its update after almost 3 years that seems to help every identity using Tinder .The update makes it possible for people to specify gender identities like transgender, trans man, trans woman, gender queer or any other term that matches their gender identity. No matter how people identify, they can choose to be included in searches for men and/or women.
Actually on Tinder it’s more about your luck and your approach of finding your trans date. People usually hide their identities on social platform as they doesn’t feel the environment there suits them. So it’s upon you to find your kind of match and know them slowly and gradually making steps ahead with them.
So you must understand that it is not a one day game if you are thinking about finding a trans person of your choice on Tinder.
All you have to do is swipe screen and make connection. It’s not that hard. You might find someone in a day or two but the thing is it is not the same case everytime. It can be a long process. But yeah Tinder assures you a big user group with potential matches of your choice so that you will be able to find good personalities online. Tinder has also added a feature that will let people provide more accurate information about their gender identity.
So just go on there talk to people and see how things go. It is really simple to use app and you can do much better search over here then any other app or sites available. And apart from that it is easy to start communicating with someone you find interesting. And actually trans people are also using Tinder to find trans dating for themselves.
Tinder is promoting the change with the hashtag #AllTypesAllSwipes. When creating a Tinder profile, you can now tap “I Am” and, instead of having to choose from two male or female options, select “More” to type a word that describes your identity. There are over 35 options for identifying, including terms like “trans” and “pangender.”
With this update, the company hopes to show that all users are welcome on the transgender dating platform.
Dating is hard enough without being banned from an app for being yourself, so you can imagine how wary users are about hopping back into the Tinder-ing world. So, now things have changed and now it is possible with just little efforts to find the right trans person for yourself. The partner you are looking for and all you have to do is simple communicate with them on the app.